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Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a major in Studio are initially admitted
into the Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Art Studio and may
transfer into the B.F.A. -Studio program at the end of the sophomore year
by successfully completing the B.F.A. Sophomore Review.

The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a major in Studio prepares students
for careers as professional visual artists and is a platform from which they
might go on to study for the Master of Fine Arts level, the terminal degree
in the field. The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a major in Studio offers
three studio emphasis tracks: the Two-Dimensional Emphasis Track
(including: drawing, graphic design, painting, and print media), the Three-
Dimensional Emphasis Track (including: ceramics, fibers, jewelry and
metals, sculpture, and wood and furniture design I, and the Individualized
Studio Emphasis Track (in which students are able to build a degree program
to meet specialized individual needs).

The Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Art/Studio offers students a
broad range of advanced studio options.

The mission of the Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Art History is
to provide art history majors with a solid foundation in the history of art,
from ancient through modern times. The degree prepares students for grad-
uate study leading to careers in museums, galleries, fine art libraries, visual
resources, teaching, and research. Specific goals, objectives, and competen-
cies related to this degree include the acquisition and demonstration of
critical thinking, research, and writing skills: knowledge of terminology,
methodology, and competency with various approaches to art historical
inquiry; and the ability to conduct art history research through independent
investigations.

The Bachelor of Science in Education degree with a major in Art Education
is a professional degree program leading to certification to teach K-12 art
in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The program reflects contempo-
rary theory and practice in art studio, art history, criticism, aesthetics,
visual culture, and pedagogy. The program complies with all Pennsylvania
standards needed for certification to teach art in the commonwealth

All art majors are obligated to fulfill the university requirement for Liberal
Studies coursework. Art Education majors must achieve and maintain a 3.0
cumulative GPA. Bachelor of Fine Arts-Studio majors must achieve a 2.5
cumulative GPA and earn a grade of C or better in all ART and ARHI courses
to graduate.

A Minor in Art Studio is available to majors within the Department of Art
w hose major area of study is Art Education or Art History; this pro\ ides
further exploration in the various studio disciplines. Additionally, the Minor
in Art Studio provides majors from other disciplines the opportunity to
experience the visual arts in greater depth

The mission of the Art History Minor is to provide students with the
necessary skills to critically assess the origins and changing dynamics of the
visual arts. By its very nature. Art History is multidisciplin.uv and not only
develops visual literacy and tools for critical thinking but also introduces
students to the socioculrural contexts in which artworks arc produced,
providing students with the opportunities for understanding cultural
diversity and lifelong learning.

The College of Fine Arts ami the Department of Art have established an
exchange program with the National Art Academics of Slovenia and
Croatia. Qualified and highly skilled juniors and seniors mas participate in
the exchange by application to the Art Department exchange coordinator



and with approval of their major studio professor, the Department of Art
chair, and the College of Fine Arts exchange coordinator.

Detailed information regarding application to one of the degree programs
and scheduling a Portfolio Review can be obtained by calling the Depart-
ment of \it office at 724-357-2530 or by e-mail through the Department
of Art website at www.iup.edu art.



Bachelor of Arts-Art/History Track

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: 3cr

Liberal Studies F.lectives: 6cr. no courses with ARHI prefix

Major:

Foundation Required:

ARHI 205
ARHI 207
ARHI 224
ARHI 413
ART 112
ART 114



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3cr
3cr
3cr
3er
3cr
3cr



416.



Ancient to Medieval Art

Renaissance through Modem Art

Introduction to Asian Art

Senior Seminar

Fundamentals of Drawing

Color and Two-Dimensional Design
Controlled Electives: Choose from the following
Up to 6cr (2 courses) >'i \rt Studio, prefix ART
ARHI 100. 222. 300, 407, 408, 409.410. 411. 412.
417, 418, 423. 425, 493

Foreign Language Required:

Foreign Language Intermediate Level (1)

Free Electives:

Total Degree Requirements:

( I ) Intermediate-level foreign language may be included in Liberal Studies
Electives.



Bachelor of Arts-Art/Studio (*)

Liberal Studies: As outlined m liberal Studies section 4S

with the following specifications:

Fine Arts: ARHI 205

Mathematics: Sci

Liberal Studies Electives: 3cr, ARHI 207. no courses with ART prefix



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120



Jcr
3cr
Sci

3cr



»CI

Jcr



Major:

Foundation Required:

ART 111 Figure Draw mg

ART 112 Fundamentals of Drawing

\RT 113 Three-Dimensional Design

ART 114 Color and Two-Dimensional Design

Level II Studio Klectives: (select 6 of the following 8 courses)
ART 211. 213. 214. 215, 216, 217, 218, 21"

Art History Required:

ARHI 100 Arts of the Iwcnticlh Ccntuty
Controlled Art History Elective (Select one course in the

last three semester- ARHI 413. 41". 423. or 425.

Course must he designated \\ i

Advanced Studio Required:

Advanced Studio course- from the following (1.2)

\KI M(> Intermediate Jewelry and Metals Jci

\RI v5s Intermediate Graphic Design 1 3cr

ART 356 Intermediate Graphic Design D 3cr

ART 421 Advanced Drawing Jcr

ART 451 Advanced Woodworking Function and Form 5cr

ART 452 Advanced Ceramics let

\RI 453 Advanced Sculpture 3cr

ART 454 Advanced Painting Vr

\R'I '455 Advanced Graphic Design 1 ; cr



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VRI 456 Vdvanced Graphic Design II

\KI Advanced Print Media

\KI 459 VdvancedFiben

VRI ii.n Advanced Jewelry and Metals

ARI 4M Spe< i.il topics

\KI 493 Internship

i 1 1 . I lectlves:

i.ii.ii i>. jree Requirements:



lei
lei
lei
Icj
lei
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15
120



( 1 1 Students musl complete lei within an advanced studio before
permission will be granted to enroll in the 6a componenl of the
advanced level Permission of the instructoi is a prerequisite to .ill 6ci
advanced courses

1 2i Inclusion of internship credit limits toward .nn portion of fulfillment
ol degree requirements musl be approved bj the departmental chair
and student's majoi advisoi Approval musl be obtained in writing
prim in enrollment

(») See advisorj paragraph " I imel) < Completion of Degree Require-
ments" in the section on Requirements for Graduation.



Bachelor of Fine Arts-Art Studio (*)



I Iberal Studies: \s outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications

Fine Arts: \Kill 205

Mathematics: lei

I Iberal Studies Electives: Icr, ARIII 207. no courses with ART prefix

Major:

I mindation Required:

ART III I igure Drawing

ART 112 Fundamentals of Drawing

ART 1 1 3 Three-Dimensional Design

AKI 114 Color and Two-Dimensional Design



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12



3cr

3cr
3cr
3cr



I evd II Studio Electives: (Select 6 of the following 8 courses)

ARI 211, 213. 214. 215. 216, 217, 21S. 219

\rl Histor) Required:

ARIII 100 Arts of the Twentieth Century 3cr

Controlled Art History Elective (Select one course in the 3cr

last three semesters: ARIil 413. 417. 423. or 425.

Course must he designated W7.)

Vdvanced Studio Required:
(Select 1 ni 1 Advanced Studio Emphasis Tracks)
Three-Dimensional Studio Track:
Vdvanced 3-D studios include: (1,2)
ART 316
ART 45 1
ART 452
ART 453
ART 4s"
ART 460
ART 481
ART 493



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Intermediate Jewelry and Metals

Advanced Woodworking: Function and Komi

Advanced Ceramics

Advanced Sculpture

Advanced Fibers

\d\ anced Jewelry and Metals

Special Topics

Internship

Primary Advanced Studio (choose one studio area above)
Synthesis Advanced Studios (choose three other 3-D

advanced studios)
Two-Dimensional Studio (choose one from advanced
2-D studio options)

Two-Dimensional Studio Track:

Vd\ anced 2-D studios include ( 1 . 2 I

ART ' <i; Intermediate Graphic Design I

ART 356 Intermediate Graphic Design II

vRI 421 Vdvanced Drawing

\RI 454 Advanced Painting

ARl 455 Advanced Graphic Design 1

ART 45d Advanced Graphic Design II



Jci

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3er

3cr

.3cr

3cr

3cr

3cr

15cr

9cr

lei



3cr
3cr

3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr



aki 457 Vdvanced Prim Media lei

AKI 4si Special ropics

AKIN 193 Internship

t "i iiii.it s Vdvanced Studio (choose one studio area above) I 5cr

Synthesis Vdvanced studios (choose three other 2-D

advanced studios)

I hue Dimensional Studio (choose one from advanced 'cr

1-1 > studio options)

Individualized \dvanced Studio I rack:

(Student with specialized interest can submit a proposal 27ci

fol adv. lined sludio stud) Approval required hv department
chair, studio div ision chair, and student's major adv isor I

Select 27ci from the following (1,2)

\Rl 'lii Intermediate Jewelry and Metals lei

VRI 355 Intermediate Graphic Design I Jci

ART 356 Intermediate Graphic Design II icr

VRI 421 Advanced Drawing 3cr

ART 451 Advanced Woodworking Function and Form Jci

\KI 4s2 Advanced Ceramics 3cr

ART 4s i Advanced Sculpture 3cr

ART 4s4 Advanced Painting 3cr

\RI 455 Advanced Graphic Design! 3cr

ART 45o Advanced Graphic Design II 3cr

ART 457 Advanced Print Media 3cr

ART 459 Vdvanced Fibers 3cr

ART 460 Advanced Jewelry and Metals 3cr

ART 481 Special Topics 3cr

ART 493 Internship 3cr

Controlled Advanced Studio Electives: (1,2)

Select dcr from the following: ARI 316, 355, J56, 421. 451.
452, 453. 454. 455, 456, 457, 459. 460, 4X1, 493

Senior Thesis and Professional Practicum

ART 400 Professional Practices 3cr

(#) Total Degree Requirements:



120



(1) Students must complete 3cr within an advanced studio before permis-
sion will be granted to enroll in the 6cr componenl of the advanced
level Permission of the instructor is a prerequisite to all 6cr advanced
courses.

(2) Inclusion of internship credit hours toward any portion of fulfillment
of degree requirements must be approved by the departmental chair
and student's major advisor. Approval must be obtained in writing
prior to enrollment

(3) To enter program, art major must successfully complete the R I \
Sophomore Review and have minimum 2.5 GPA overall.

(4) Student must achieve a cumulative 2.5 GPA and earn a "C" or better
in all ART and ARM I courses to graduate.

(#) Sec advisory paragraph "Timelv Completion of Degree Require-
ments'' in the section on Requirements for Graduation,



Bachelor of Science in Education-Art Education (*)

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Libera] Studies section

with the following specifications

Fine \rts: fulfilled h% \RHI 205

Mathematics: 6cr

Social Science: PSYC 101

Liberal Studies Electives: Ocr

College:

Preprofessional Education Sequence:

COMM 103 Digital Instructional Technology

EDSP 102 Educational Psychology

Professional Education Sequence:

I Dl \ 101 Education of Students with Disabilities in

Inclusive Secondary Settings
EDUC 242 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience I



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3cr



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Icr



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EDUC 342 Pre-Studenl leaching Clinical Experience II

EDUC 4:i Studenl Teaching (Elementary)

EDUC 441 Student Teaching I Secondary)

EDUC 442 School Law

Major:

ART 112 Fundamentals of Drawing

ART 113 Three-Dimensional Design

ART 114 Color and Two-Dimensional Design

ARHI 207 Renaissance to Modem Art

ARED 315 Issues of Art in K.-12 Programs

ARED 317 Art in K.-6 Programs

ARED 318 Art in 7-12 Programs

ARED 320 Art Criticism and Aesthetics in K.-12 Programs

Controlled Electives:

Select 15cr from the following: ARHI 100. ART 111.

ART 211. 213. 214, 215. 216, 217, 218, 219
Select 12cr from any ARHI or ART prefix
Select 3cr from any ARED prefix

(#) Total Degree Requirements:



lcr
6cr
der
lcr

3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr
3cr



15cr
12cr

3cr



24



30



125



(*) See requirements leading to teacher certification, titled "3-Step
Process for Teacher Education." in the College of Education and
Educational Technology section of this catalog.

(#) See advisory paragraph "Timely Completion of Degree Require-
ments" in the section on Requirements for Graduation.



Minor-Art History

Required Courses:

ARHI 205 Ancient to Medieval Art 3cr

ARHI 207 Renaissance through Modem Art 3cr

ARHI 224 Introduction to Asian Art 3cr

Three additional courses with an ARHI prefix
except ARHI 101



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Minor-Art Studio


18


Three courses from the following:


9


ART 111


Figure Drawing


3cr


ART 112


Fundamentals of Drawing


3cr


ART 113


Three-Dimensional Design


3cr


ART 114


Color and Two-Dimensional Design


3cr


ART 211


Painting


3cr


ART 213


Woodworking: Function and Fomi


3cr


ART 214


Ceramics


3cr


ART 215


Sculpture


3cr


ART 216


Jewelry and Metals


3cr(l)


ART 217


Print Media


3cr


ART 218


Graphic Design


3cr(l)


ART 219


Fibers


3cr


ART 281


Special Topics


3cr


Three courses from the following:


9


ART 316


Intermediate Jewelry and Metals


3cr


ART 355


Intermediate Graphic Design I


3cr


ART 356


Intermediate Graphic Design 11


3cr


ART 421


Advanced Drawing


3cr


ART 451


Advanced Woodworking: Function and Form


3cr


ART 452


Advanced Ceramics


3cr


ART 453


Advanced Sculpture


3cr


ART 454


Advanced Painting


3cr


ART 455


Advanced Graphic Design 1


3cr


ART 456


Advanced Graphic Design II


3cr


ART 457


Advanced Print Media


3cr


ART 459


Advanced Fibers


3cr


ART 460


Advanced Jewelry and Metals


3cr


ART 48 1


Special Topics


3cr



( I ) Courses have prerequisites, (heck the catalog lor details, and discuss
your course of Stud) w ilh your Minor Advisor. The instructor may
choose to waive the prerequisite for An Studio Minors



Department of Music

Website: www.iup.edu /;///w<

.lack Stamp, Chairperson: Baumcr, Caulder, Chepaitis, Clcwell, Collins.
Dearing. Dickinson. Eisensmith. IX Ferguson, I Ferguson, Homer.
Jennings, Kingan. Ruehn, Logan-Hastings, Manicl. Martynuik,
Perlongo. Radell. Santos. Scandrctt. Staples, Wacker, Wheatley,
Worzbyt. Young: and professors emeriti Adams. Becker. Hud. Fiorsi.
Casavant. Diet/. Lloyd, Olmstead, Perkins, Thorell. Vanstccnkist.
Weber. Wilson

The Department of Music has a threefold mission: I ) professional prepara-
tion of music educators, performers, composers, conductors, and musicolo-
gists. 2) liberal studies lor the university, and 3) programs, education, and
resources of music for the community. Degrees offered are the Bachelor of
Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, and Bachelor of Science in Education.

Admission to the Music Department requires satisfactory completion of an
audition in addition to the university general requirements. Detailed
information will be sent to the applicant upon request

The program leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree u nh a major in Musk
has been designed to give the student a general experience in music. The
student seeking this degree has the choice of three tracks: Music General
Studies. Music History/Literature, or Music Theory/Composition.

The program leading to the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a major in
Music Performance (equivalent to the Bachelor of Music Degree) is a
special program with a major in one of twenty-one areas of performance.
The student in this program prepares to pursue a career as a professional
performing musician.

The program leading to the Bachelor of Science in Education degree with a
music major leads to certification to teach in the schools of Pennsylvania.

A student wishing to minor in music must elect a minimum of 15 credits in
music courses as approved by the department chairperson. An audition for
admission is required.

Special Requirements for all Music Majors

1. Each student must declare a primary performing medium. Those who
elect voice as their primal) instrument normal!) elect piano as a
secondary instrument. Performance juries are held at the end of each
semester Students are expected to complete the requirements for their
performing area and level. Piano proficiency is required in all
degree programs.

2. Ensemble participation of 5 hours a week is required each semester
Students may fulfill this departmental requirement b\ participation in
either 1-credit or 0-credil ensemble(s). In meeting the degree require-
ments of 7-8 credits ol ensemble credit, enrollment in credit-bearing
ensembles is flexible across semesters

3. Students must register tor Ml'SC 475 (Music Lab) and attend four
departmental meetings and eight campus performances such as recitals.
concerts, art exhibits, and theatei productions each semesta .is required

by the degree program (seven semesters for the B S 1 il program and
eight semesters tor the B A and B.F.A. programs)



Bachelor of Arts-Music/History and Literature Track



50



Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications

Fine Arts: Ml HI 102

Mathematics: MATH 101 or other Liberal Studies Mathematics

Natural Science: Option II recommended. PHYS 105

Social Science: PSYC 101

Libera] studies Electives: 6cr, Ml 111 301, no courses with Ml HI prefix



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Major:

Required Courses: |



IS



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Ml III

Ml M

Ml S<

Ml si

Sll S<

Ml s<
Ml S< 211
Ml SC2I2

Ml SI
Ml S(
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124

III
112

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116

120



(Majoi i Applied Piano lurj C Oci

Music Historj II lei

rheorj Skills I 2ci

rheorj Skills II 2ci

rheorj i lei

Fheorj II hi

)6 B semesters of Music Ensembles 8ci

rheorj Skills Ml 2cr

rheory Skills IV 2ci
rheorj in

rheorj l\ 3cr
Fundamentals of Conducting

s semesters of Recital Attendance Ocr

I ive courses from the following:

\n ill 122 123, 124, 125, 420, 421 I5ci

( oatrolled Electives: Musk electives (with advisor approval) 9

Piano proficiency required

Free I lectives: 13

rotal Degree Requirements: 12(1

1 1 1 Students mas satisfy anj rheorj Class bj passing the Final exam prior
in or ,u the beginning of any gi\cn semester ami then enrolling in
Section oi I ol the course for Ocr; the student's grade would he
recorded as "Satisfactory" on the transcript.



Bachelor of Arts-Music/General Studies Track



50



liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Fine Arts: Ml III 102

Mathematics: \\ \|)| H)| or other Liberal Studies Mathematics

Natural Science: Option II recommended. PHYS 105

Social Science: PSYC 101

Liberal Studies Electives: 6cr. Ml 'I II 301, no courses with MUSC prefix



Major:

Required Courses: I I I
\PML' (Major) Applied Music l\ III (2creach)



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APMU 122
MUHI 302
Ml sc in
MUSC 112
MUSC I 15
Ml SC 116



I Maior I Applied Jury A
Music History 11
I heorj skills I
rheorj Skills II
I heory I
rheorj ll



MUSC 120-136 S semesters of Music Ensembles



16cr

Ocr

3cr

2cr

2cr

3cr

3cr

8cr

2cr

2cr

3cr

3cr

2cr

Ocr



Ml SC211 Theory Skills III

MUSC2I2 Theory Skills IV

MUSC 2 15 Theorj III

Ml SC216 rheory IV

MUSC 3i i Fundamentals of Conducting

MUSC 4" 5 K semesters of Recital Attendance

Controlled Electives:

Piano proficiency required

Music 1 lectives (with advisor approval or as indicated below |:

Ml St 2 U 2 I K (required for piano and organ majors only) 2cr

Ml SC 351 353 354 (required for voice majors only) 3cr

Free Electives: 16

Total Degree Requirements: 120

( 1 I Students maj satisfy any 1 heory (lass b\ passing the final exam prior
to or at the beginning of any given semester and then enrolling in
Section 01 I of the course for Ocr; the student's grade would be
recorded as "Satisfactory" on the transcript.



Bachelor of Arts-Music/Theory and Composition Track

Liberal Studies: v outlined in Liberal Studies se< so

with the following specifications

Fine \ns: Ml HI 102

Mathematics: \i\iii im oi othei Liberal Studies Mathemai

Natural Science: Option ll recommended, PHYS

Social Science: PSYC 101

liberal Studies Elective*: <>n Ml III 101, no courses with Ml St prefix



Major:

Required Courses:



60



(II



\l'\ll Applied Piano I A II

\HIII »02 Music Historj II

MUSC ill rheorj skills i

MUSC 112 rheorj Skills 11

MUSC 115 Theory I

Ml SC 116 Theory II

MUSC 120-136 4 semesters of Music Ensembles

MUSC 211 Theory Skills III

Theory Skills IV

rheory 111

I heory IV

Keyboard Harmonj I
Keyboard Harmony II
Form and Analysis 1 or
MUSC 30° Orchestration I
MUSC 306 Counterpoint I

fundamentals of Conducting
I heory V
Composition I

Composition II

Composition III

Composition IV

S semesters of Recital Attendance
Controlled Electives:
Piano proficiency required
Music Electives (with advisor approval)

Free F^lectives:

Total Degree Requirements:



MUSC212

MUSC 215
Ml S( 2I(.
MUSC 217
MUSC 2 IS

MUSC 304



MUSC 311
MUS( 1315
MUSC4I1
MUSC412
MUSC 413
MUSC 4 14
MUSC 475



I4cr

lei

2cr

2cr
Icr
Jet

4cr
2cr
2cr
3cr
3cr
Icr
Icr
2cr

2cr
2cr
3cr
2cr
2cr
2ci
2cr
Ocr



120



( I ) Students may satisfy any Theory Class by passing the final exam prior
to or at the beginning of any given semester and then enrolling in
Section 01 1 of the course for Ocr: the student's grade would be
recorded as "Satisfactory" on the transcript



Bachelor of Fine Arts-Music Performance

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section 50

with the following specifications

Fine Arts: Ml HI 102

Mathematics: MAUI 101 or other Liberal Studies Mathematics

Natural Science: Option II recommended. I'll i S 105

Social Science: PSYC 101

Liberal Studies Electees: 6cr, Ml III 301, no courses

with MUSC prefix

Major: 65

Required Courses: l I I

APMU (Major) Applied Musk l-YIII (4cr each)



APMU 122 (Major) Applied Jury A

ML III J02 Music History II

MUSC ill rheorj Skills I

MUSC 1 12 Theory Skills II

MUSC 115 Theory I

MUSC 116 rheory II

MUSC 120-136 S semesters of Music Ensembles

MUSC 211 Theory Skills III



32cr

Ocr

3cr

2cr

2cr

3cr

3cr

Bcr

2cr



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MUSC212 Theory Skills IV 2cr

Ml ISC 215 Theory 111 3cr

MUSC216 Theory IV 3cr

MUSC 3 1 1 Fundamentals of Conducting 2cr

MUSC475 8 semesters of Recital Attendance Ocr
Controlled Electivcs: 5

Piano proficiency required

Music EIecti\ es ( w ith advisor approval or as indicated below):

ML'SC 217 2 1 X (required for piano and organ majors only) 2cr

MUSC 351 '353 354 (required for voice majors only) 3cr

Total Degree Requirements: 120

(1) Students may satisfy any Theory Class by passing the final exam prior
to or at the beginning of any given semester and then enrolling in
Section 01 1 of the course for Ocr; the student's grade would be
recorded as "Satisfactory" on the transcript.



Bachelor of Science in Education-Music Education (*)

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Fine Arts: fulfilled by courses in the major

Humanities: HIST 195 (section for Music majors),

MUH1 102 (Music Education majors only)

Mathematics: 6cr, MATH 101 or 110; MATH 217

Natural Science: Option I recommended

Social Science: PSYC 101

Liberal Studies Electives: 3cr, MUHI 301, no course with

MUSC prefix



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College:






Professional


Education Sequence:




EDSP 102


Educational Psychology


3cr


EDUC 242


Pre- Student Teaching Clinical Experience I


lcr


EDUC 342


Pre- Student Teaching Clinical Experience II


lcr


EDUC 421


Student Teaching Elementary Level


6cr


EDUC 441


Student Teaching Secondary Level


6cr


EDUC 442


School Law


lcr


MUSC 240


Technology in the Music Classroom



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